Very friendly staff but didn't run as a smooth resort. The right hand did not always know what the left hand was doing. We did receive the runaround about what to rent, prices, etc. There's not much to do there besides skiing (the slopes are beautiful) and they advertised a fire pit and s'mores and we never saw that up and running. The food was expensive and very mediocre quality. Our kids will only eat chicken tenders and the nice restaurant ran out of those and no one was able to get any from another facility for us (it's small and all other restaurants close by). The pool and spa were awesome!
Sally from Houston, Texas
Set amidst the mountains, this ski-in/ski-out hotel in Solitude is within the vicinity of Solitude Mountain, Brighton …More
For 20+ years I have had an adult family dinner the Saturday prior to Christmas at the dinning room, now called Lucky H Bar and Grill. Started with 10 people and now up to 24 or 26 people. The staff has always be A+ so this year I thought I would spend the night. It had rained and the view out my window was magical. Would definitely stay again and encourage other family member to do the same.
Joanne from Murray, Ut
Convenient to shopping and cultural attractions, this centrally located Salt Lake City hotel is 1 mile from Temple Square, 3 …More
"Fantastic hotel in the mountains!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
After staying here you would be a fool to stay in downtown Salt Lake. This place is 35 minutes from the city and half the cost for this time of year. Just make sure you rent a car and you are good to go!!!
This Solitude condominium resort is in the mountains, offering ski-in/ski-out access within easy reach of Solitude Mountain …More